Minority Owned Businesses Making a Comeback After Pandemic

Many businesses had to close their doors during the pandemic that swept the country in 2020. Minority owned businesses were affected as well. People of color make up about one third of the population and yet very few own their own business. This may be due to lots of different factors. But there are numerous amazing programs to help minorities get the financing and help they need to move forward.

Todd Collins, a Charlotte, NC entrepreneur has founded several businesses in the Charlotte, NC area and he encourages minority business owners to go for it.

Collins has this advice: “Working to build a business is hard work. It takes time so before you embark on this adventure, be sure to get all the education and resources you can.”

In addition, there are numerous business ideas for minorities. A few of these include:

  • Eating establishments
  • Personal trainer
  • Decorating
  • Child Care
  • Accounting & financial services
  • Landscaping
  • Pet services
  • Florist

Todd Collins a Business owner from Charlotte, NC , such as community kitchen, The City Kitch and he shares the following advice:

“Leaders with selfless attitudes have a mind more toward sustainability. They’re changing the world with their new brand of success.”

Manufacturers overseas seem to be fully restarted and can now supply all types of goods for resell such as clothing, shoes, gifts, housewares and many other products. Some minority owned business have found success by building a Shopify store online and reselling these goods from Asia.

Todd Collins is a pacesetter in real estate and technology investment in Charlotte, NC. He is a champion for diversity in business and encourages minorities to move forward with their great idea and build it into a successful venture.